Distance B Tech/BE In India 2022 (UGC/AICTE Approved?)

B Tech Distance is UGC/AICTE Approved?

Distance B Tech Education (AICTE Approved B Tech Evening Alternative Program) is a good option for all those people who want to carry on with their education but need some flexibility to choose their own study hours. B Tech Distance Learning Education in India is available in diverse fields like automobile engineering, civil engineering, mechanical engineering, computer science engineering, electronic and communication engineering, and many more.

80% of schools and colleges in India are revitalized with the innovative use of technology, distance/ correspondence education seems like a relatively new phenomenon given its increased popularity among working Professionals, distance education has grown tremendously in the past few years, there was a time when it was mandatory to attend classes for undergraduate or Post-graduate Program, but now distance education has changed the viewpoint towards the education.

Also Read: Part Time B Tech

B.Tech Distance Education Eligibility/Admissions

The candidate should have a Diploma in Engineering in relevant disciplines, with at least 50% aggregate marks. The admission procedure is very simple as aspiring candidates download the application form and prospectus online and offline. B Tech Lateral Entry Admission 2020!

Also Read: Is B.Tech/BE Distance Education Valid?

Benefits of B.Tech Distance Education

  • Flexible Classes
  • Distance Course Fees is very less compared to the regular course
  • Distance learning is basically for all those people who are working professional, as there is no need to attend any such classes
  • Can access study material anytime, anywhere via computer and Internet Connection

B Tech Regular vs B Tech Distance vs B Tech Evening

B Tech Regular

B Tech Distance

B Tech Evening

B Tech Regular Program is a full-time course which is of 4 years duration and would consist of regular classes daily. For 8 semesters you would have to study a different subject related to the course and clear the semester respectively and should have the minimum qualification 10+2 with minimum 50% aggregate marks.

B Tech Distance Program gives flexibility to students to not attend classes on regular basis, Distance B Tech is basically for working professional where no need to attend any class, only examinations has to be passed and the minimum qualification for this course is Diploma in Engineering in relevant disciplines with at least 50% aggregate marks.

B Tech Evening Program, students have to attend some theoretical & practical classes on weekdays and the minimum qualification for B Tech Evening Program is Diploma in Engineering, in relevant disciplines with at least 50% aggregate marks.

According to the Supreme Court of India, Distance Education for B Tech is invalid. Distance  B Tech, on the other hand, has the largest search volumes on the internet, which Lingayas Vidyapeeth has covered. The goal of covering distance b tech is to raise awareness of its ineffectiveness, not to promote it. By no means does Lingayas Vidyapeeth encourage or provide B tech distance education.

FAQs Related to Distance BE/Btech Programme In India

Q. Is it compulsory to attend classes under distance education mode?

A. Students, in their own interest, are advised to attend the classes. Working professionals can join evening/weekend classes.

Q. I have completed a Diploma Course in the engineering stream after completing 12. Can I enroll in the distance BE/B Tech program?

A. Yes, Students who have done a diploma in engineering are eligible for the b tech program and they will get lateral entry in b tech directly into the 3rd semester of the course.

Q. How much time in a day/week should I spend studying to complete the distance BE/BTech program?

A. To complete the program within the specified time frame, candidates should put in around 3-4 hours a day as study time regularly and about 4-6 hours on weekends.

Q. Are there any negative marks in the examinations?

A. No, there are no negative marks in the examinations.

Q. Do companies discriminate between regular BTech candidates and those who pursued a distance course?

A. Employers do not discriminate against any candidates until and unless their degree is approved by the regulatory authorities like AICTE and UGC.

Lingayas Vidyapeeth

The Lingaya’s Vidyapeeth has been accredited by NAAC and offers UGC, AICTE approved B tech, to working professionals and diploma and m tech for working professionals through its special weekend classes.

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